The art of transparency reaches a new pinnacle in this technically impressive watch. Pouring in from all angles, the light floods through this model and magnifies its beauty. In this model with its entirely redesigned case and ingenious bracelet – both made of sapphire – the movement and case merge and are revealed in their entirety. The equally complex tourbillon at 6 o’clock is surrounded by three sapphire bridges. Each component thus seems to be literally suspended in space.
Radiating a timeless yet contemporary spirit, this steel timepiece is the faithful companion of all those who are adventurers at heart. The opaline white dial is distinguished by the central graduation. A burgundy semi-circle indicates the hours of the day in the second time zone, while those of the night are reflected through the blue arc. Equipped with the Manufacture Calibre NN20/2 jumping hour GMT movement, created in collaboration with Kenissi, this COSC-certified timepiece has a 70-hour power reserve.
Part of the Royal Oak Offshore collection, this timepiece is designed for fast-paced adventures. By appropriating the codes of the collection, it features a revisited 43mm titanium case. This distillation of technical sophistication reveals a sophisticated and powerful architecture providing glimpses of the multi-level openworked movement enhanced by white gold hands. A flying tourbillon and a flyback chronograph ingeniously combine to dictate the watch’s sporting spirit.
This steel timepiece puts the Wadden Sea in the spotlight. The 43.5mm steel case features a unidirectional rotating bezel with a sporty look. Its dial adorned with a blue-grey gradient effect reveals the lunar cycle and the amplitude of the tides in the northern hemisphere via the Pointer Moon function (small central hand). In addition, a precision timing system and stop-seconds system endows the model with vibrant life. The screw-down caseback is elegantly engraved.
This model offers deliberately clear and undeniably elegant lines. The brilliance of the steel case makes a perfect match with the blue or white mother-of-pearl dial and its subtly shimmering reflections. The true star of the show is the Bernese mountain panorama depicting the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, ageless witnesses to the dance of the moon. This play of light and volume is magnified by the 48 facets of the emblematic in-house sapphire on this timepiece ensuring a glamorous reading of time.
This timepiece joining the “diver’s watch” collection meets the highest standards, notably in terms of ISO 6425 certification, water-resistance to 600 metres, a helium valve and a Powermatic 80 automatic calibre. It has a transparent sapphire caseback, which is extremely rare at such a high level of pressure resistance. The unidirectional bezel is adorned with black ceramic. With its gradient blue dial featuring a wave motif, as well as its uncompromising design, this timepiece is intended for devotees of nautical style.
This distillation of technical sophistication is truly mesmerising. Above and beyond the reading of time, mechanical beauty from all angles is resolutely in the spotlight. The case, the dial and its bridges, the power-reserve indication and the hours wheel are all meticulously crafted in sapphire. Powered by six barrels, the movement features a double triple-axis tourbillon whose outer carriages – set with 152 diamonds – turn in opposite directions by means of an ingenious differential system.
This chronograph draws its inspiration from the original 1950s model. The curved steel case immediately charms with its natural elegance. The galvanised dial, attired in deep black, features two silver-toned counters positioned on the central horizontal axis, a tachymeter scale, an annual calendar and a date window showing the duration of the months. Paired with a leather or rubber strap, this timepiece is issued in an 888-piece limited edition.
This powerful model reinvents the reading of time. Forming a dragon, 11 hand-sculpted and hand-engraved pink gold segments circulate freely along the house’s signature analemma trajectory. The hours are punctuated by 12 rotating red satellites. The tens of minutes are indicated by the animal’s head and their units by the skeletonised disc on the crown side. The single barrel ensures a 50-hour power reserve, while the elegantly curved sapphire crystal becomes a veritable observation dome.
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the emblematic model, this yellow gold timepiece features a pure and curved design. The elegance of its dial is enhanced by the railtrack minutes circle, Roman numerals and open-tipped hands. Its daintily beaded winding-crown is topped by a sapphire cabochon, while the leather strap is fitted with a pin buckle. The slim and delicate curvature ensures a smooth fit on the wrist for this 150-piece limited edition.
Equipped for both underwater and outdoor adventures, this timepiece reinterprets the company’s first diver’s watch unveiled in 1969. Framed by a steel case, the hours, minutes, seconds, stop seconds and date functions punctuate time with determination. The rotating bezel is adorned with a ceramic insert, while Super-LumiNova touches on the hands, numerals and hour-markers ensure optimal legibility for this model complemented by an elegant selection of straps.
This sparkling and vibrantly colourful capsule collection is for women with a sense of style. Featuring a beige, midnight blue or mint green lacquered dial and a matching leather strap, it is elegant, modern and dynamic. The hands and hour-markers are adorned with gold, while the bezel, encrusted with coloured precious stones, lights up the composition. A date display daintily poised at 6 o’clock discreetly completes the appearance of this model powered by a COSC-certified movement.
This timepiece with its sporty and determined look is housed in a 41mm stainless steel case. Adorned with polished and satin-brushed finishes, it features a carefully orchestrated mechanism. The galvanic blue and silver-toned dial accompanies time with a blend of refinement and assurance. The skeleton movement, with its bridges featuring a black galvanic treatment, is generously displayed through anti-reflective sapphire crystals both front and back. The model is teamed with a matching leather strap.
The emblematic chronograph appears in a version featuring a carefully reworked case. Its sporty look is enhanced by a dial adorned with two hollowed counters in contrasting colours, matt black and opaline white depending on the version. The date window is located at 6 o’clock, while the fixed bezel with black anodised aluminium insert and tachymeter scale accentuates the model’s sophisticated allure. The COSC-certified movement has a 70-hour power reserve and the timepiece comes with a five-year guarantee.
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